bewitching

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The Countess bestowed on me one of her most bewitching smiles.

I dared not go near her lest they should think I was bewitching her.

And Miss Van Harlem, in a bewitching wrapper, sat on the lounge and admired.

Then she favored me with another nod and a most bewitching smile.

The most exacting and bewitching of all professions was clamouring for him again.

"But I really don't think this," said she, with a bewitching smile.

Her pretty dissembling is sure proof, but all concur in its bewitching seeming.

"Thank you, dear uncle," she said, with one of her bewitching flashes of smile.

They were all light-hearted and gay, so that the music began at once, as wild and as bewitching as ever.

For him the dazzling sights of Utrecht and Paris had no bewitching charm.

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